Wagnard CPU Core Analyser

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  1. Wagnard

    Wagnard Ancient Guru

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    Just to inform you guys of a new little free tools that I made on my free time.

    I mostly made it to identify CPU problems/Bottleneck scenario when gaming.

    Here is a little video about it.
    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Irj9TZDWhoc
     
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    That should come in handy.
     
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    Will check it out when I get home.
     
  4. Wagnard

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    Some more shots from my recent version.

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    I wish I had brain to do similar things. You have all my appreciations.
     
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    I wish to have brain even to interpret what this app tell me :). So a lite tutorial would be nice. Just to know how to recognize when I encounter a bottleneck. I guess is something with DPC Rate and Interrupt Time but I don't know for sure :bang:
     
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    this common sense to me Aida64/MSI AB can tell me same thing, this a small program for same purpose i do have question though why does it list DPC too? that dont really tell if you bottleneck does it?

    Cause all that really tells me if if i have DPC i might be cause drivers need to be updated


    There possible we can not use RED for CPU column? I associate red ( Red if bad in Latency Monitor and most DPC monitors ) as bad I then realized that column is just the total dpc on all cores.
     
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  9. Wagnard

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    On server environment DPC is being check along with the Interrupts and the CPU usage.

    Here is an example with a network card : https://technet.microsoft.com/en-us/library/cc938644.aspx
     
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    gotcha.

    I already know my system is bottleneck when comes to SWtor then even i7 4790k are bottle necked when comes to swtor, and any other game I play that could be bottled by my cpu is moot to me cause those game run 60fps anyway.

    Great tool just like DDU I just not fan of red text use for the cpu DPC total cause most DPC monitors use red text when DPC is bad and spiking
     

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    I may add some more colors later like you said. Red should be typically a warning.
     
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    not be picky or anything but would it be possible make so we can resize the window I find the windows to big for the data is showing.
     
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    Yes of course.

    Edit : Done already, V1.6.0.2
     
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    sweet
     

  16. Wagnard

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    Link on my website should be updated now.
     
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    Wagnard is this utility a .Net app?
    I found a .Net source code and a library for subscribing for events of any ETW providers.
    For example provider "Microsoft-Windows-Kernel-Processor-Power" has event "ProcessorPerfStateChange" with fields:
    State="15" - P-state
    Speed="1 200" - frequency
    Group="0" - number of logical processor group
    Number="8" - number of logical processor (in the group)
    Performance="35" - percent of maximum state
    So you can log them too. However this info is relevant only when CPU is not locked to any P-state.
     
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    Yes it's a .net app Ill check that when I have time and see what I can do with theses.
     
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    I've Release V2.0.0.1

    Here is a shot of it.

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    Really nice GUI.

    What about
    Seems like useful info.

    Edit: Btw, can user switch (in main window) from displaying current values to displaying maximum values? Seeing maximum values helps to quickly notice problems when analysing the run of a program .
     
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